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From Lisbon: Sintra and Cascais Full-Day Tour with Locals

1. From Lisbon: Sintra and Cascais Full-Day Tour with Locals

Escape Lisbon and go on a full-day, guided journey to some of Portugal’s most popular attractions. Stop at the iconic Nacional Palace in Sintra, the awe-inspiring cliffs of Cabo da Roca, and the ritzy seaside town of Cascais. Your first stop is Sintra, a UNESCO World Heritage site with incredible Romanticist architecture, historic estates and villas, and royal palaces and castles. Enjoy time to explore Pena Palace and 1.5-hour of free time to wander around Sintra. Continue to Cabo da Roca, the westernmost point of continental Europe, and take in the impressive views of the ocean crashing against the high rocky cliffs. Finally, arrive in Cascais, an elegant seaside resort town on the Portuguese Riviera. Stroll through the lovely city center and check out Cascais’ luxury marina, its charming fishing port, and a restored fort that houses many local craftsmen.

From Lisbon: Sintra with Pena Palace and Cabo da Roca by 4WD

2. From Lisbon: Sintra with Pena Palace and Cabo da Roca by 4WD

Explore the beauty and culture of Sintra and Cabo da Roca on this guided tour. Stroll through the picturesque village of Sintra, take a tour through the Pena Palace, and more. Take a 4WD Jeep through Sintra’s mountains and see the magical Cabo da Roca. Meet your guide in Lisbon's city center and travel to romantic Sintra in a comfortable air-conditioned minivan.  Arrive at one of the highest points of the Serra de Sintra to see the Pena Palace, one of the most iconic expressions of 19th-century Romanticism in Europe. Enter its gardens and see the exotic trees from all over the world, which add to its magic and mystery. Head for the Pena Palace itself, one of the main residences of the Portuguese royal family during the 19th century. Admire the mixture of architectural styles and see why King Fernando II deserved the nickname of King-Artist. Enjoy the views of the Moorish Castle, a testimony to the Islamic presence in the Iberian Peninsula, built in the 9th century and conquered by the Portuguese during the formation of the Portugal Kingdom.  Take in the landscape of Sintra, a world heritage site, before heading down to the picturesque village to stroll freely through its charming streets, or taste its regional products, such as the famous travesseiros and queijadas de Sintra. Continue the tour aboard a 4WD Jeep, and enter the mountain trails where you will find gigantic trees and huge blocks of rocks, creating a magical setting. Visit the Convent of Peninha, a sacred place from which you can observe impressive views of the region's beaches and the huge rocks that make up the Sintra Magmatic Massif, a geological marvel. The tour then continues to the wild and rugged Cabo da Roca, the westernmost point of Europe, which the famous Portuguese poet Luis de Camões defined as onde a terra acaba e o mar começa: where the land ends and the sea begins. You’ll be dazzled by the views. Return to Lisbon in a comfortable air-conditioned minivan, filled with enough amazing memories to last a lifetime.

Sintra Rural & Coast Experience

3. Sintra Rural & Coast Experience

Jump in, hang on, and have your camera ready on this tour of Lisbon's rocky coastline. Plan your perfect day with the help of your guide, whether it's an off-grid ramble, a hunt for the best secret viewing points, or scenic strolls in the historic towns of Sintra and Cascais. Get picked up in Lisbon and head straight to Cascais. Walk the quaint cobbled streets, contrasted by ornate villas and mansions. Explore the sandy shores and ragged cliffs of Praia do Guincho or Praia da Adraga, and take on the wild Atlantic waves. If you’re feeling peckish, stop off for an authentic Portuguese lunch in Sintra, in a cozy mountain-top restaurant. Top it off with a complimentary sampling of Portuguese wine, and spend some time with the friendly locals. Take the chance to see the iconic Pena Palace, and some equally impressive secluded sites. Immerse yourself in the beauty of Sintra-Cascais Natural Park, known for its vast, mountainous landscape.  Let your guide take away the stress of navigating the rough terrain, and take in all the region has to offer. You'll be dropped off at Cascais, where you can end your day with an unforgettable train ride back to Lisbon.

Espichel Cape and Hell Beach 4x4 Jeep Tour

4. Espichel Cape and Hell Beach 4x4 Jeep Tour

After being picked up from your hotel, climb aboard a classic Jeep Cabrio 4x4 vehicle and begin your tour of the remote corners of the Espichel Cape. Visit a rare example of a monumental sanctuary for pilgrims in a unique religious architectural complex. See dinosaur footprints located on the north escarpment of the cape. The footprints are fossilized tracks left by sauropods and theropods about 150 million years ago. Get back in the Jeep and drive to the southern area of the cape to discover and explore wild and magnificent beaches. Take a short hike to the Hell beach, a sandy beach located in front of an imposing vertical rock that protrudes from the cliff. Enjoy the fantastic views from the top. Enjoy a delicious snack prepared by the team. In summer, swim in the calm blue waters. At the end of the tour, you will be dropped off at your hotel.

Lisbon: Guided Setúbal History and Fish Market Tour

5. Lisbon: Guided Setúbal History and Fish Market Tour

Leave Lisbon and experience something different in regional Portugal. To become better acquainted with an exuberant variety of fish caught in the Atlantic, as well as cheese and wine from the Alentejo region, a visit to Setúbal is essential. The city is located at the edge of the ocean, and is also surrounded by a beautiful bay where a colony of dolphins lives. You will also discover the estuary of the Sado River, which is a refuge of a rich variety of birds. During your visit to the market, you will become familiar with this beautiful region and can also enjoy a lunch of grilled fish in a local restaurant. Later on, and in a beautiful belvedere overlooking the ocean with breathtaking views, your host will invite you to have a coffee and visit an old military fort of the 17th century to learn of its history. You will see the fishing port as well as the bay whilst learning about the Sado dolphins in a very unique location. Throughout your experience you will also visit the estuary, an old tide mill, and a bird-watching site.

From Lisbon: Private Óbidos Sightseeing Tour

6. From Lisbon: Private Óbidos Sightseeing Tour

Immerse yourself in the local culture of Óbidos with a tour of the UNESCO heritage town, tastings of local delicacies, a visit to Santa Cruz, and more. Start the tour by cruising the romantic, narrow streets of Óbidos up to the town’s castle. Taste the traditional local liquor, Ginjinha, and visit the unique Bacalhôa Buddha Eden, known as a tranquire artistic space. Explore Torres Vedras, known for its history of Napoleonic invasions, traditional Portuguese windmills, vineyards, mountains, and bean pastry. Taste the traditional delicacy and, after lunch, head to the coastal village of Santa Cruz where you can relax, restore your energy, and enjoy nature. To end the tour, see the historical local windmill where people still make homemade bread, learn how it works, and taste some authentic worm bread before returning to Lisbon.

Lisbon: World Heritage Deluxe Tour

7. Lisbon: World Heritage Deluxe Tour

Lisbon is a cosmopolitan capital with intense sun against a sparkling blue sky with a long story to tell on every street and every corner. Discover the unique monuments of its own architecture. Get to know the city that discovered the New World. Walk by the oldest neighborhoods through narrow and tiny streets with its typical Lisbon tile work and sidewalk.   You will start with a city tour, which is ideal for discovering the various typical neighborhoods of Lisbon such as the popular and lively Alfama. Reach Lisbon's original site during the Middle Ages dominated by the old Sao Jorge Castle built in the mid-11th century, when the Moors ruled Portugal. Pass by Baixa and Rossio Square, derived from the city's new layout by the Marques de Pombal in the wake of the destructive earthquake in 1755. Visit Belem, with its Manueline-style tower looming over the seafront, and the famous the Jeronimos Monastery, one of the most remarkable historical monuments of Portugal world heritage considered by UNESCO. Get the opportunity to expand your knowledge with this great experience.

Arrábida National Park Jeep Tour

8. Arrábida National Park Jeep Tour

Enjoy a day away from the city and visit the stunning Arrábida Nature Park. This jeep tour will take you to places you might not have been able to access normally, including the secular convents, castles, caves, viewpoints and cliffs over the sea. A lot of the paths are covered in typical Mediterranean vegetation and can only be travelled by jeep. Much of the park is under environmental protection and some sites can only be accessed with the permission of the park. You can also visit one of the most famous wine cellars in the region and taste the most charismatic wine of Setúbal, the "Moscatel de Setúbal".

From Sesimbra: Hiking Tour of Arrábida Mountain

9. From Sesimbra: Hiking Tour of Arrábida Mountain

Discover the beauty of the Arrábida Mountain and its surroundings on this beautiful hike. Learn about the Arrábida flora and fauna from your specialist local guide and explore the various vegetation that grows there. Zigzag through the pathways of plants as you head to the top of the mountain (501 m) and marvel at the amazing view. Snap a photo from the summit of the Arrábida as you overlook one of the most beautiful areas in the Mediterranean.  From the top, gaze at the stunning panoramic views of the Setúbal Peninsula, Serra do Risco, and the coastline of Lisbon.

From Lisbon or Sesimbra: 4x4 Tour to Cape Espichel

10. From Lisbon or Sesimbra: 4x4 Tour to Cape Espichel

Travel through the Arrábida region with a local guide on a 4x4 vehicle. Select pickup from a meeting point in Lisbon or Sesimbra. Have the the chance to go off-road on your way to Cape Espichel. Hop aboard a 4x4. Admire Sesimbra Castle which is perched on a green hill. Stare into the past as you see dinosaur footprints at Cabo Espichel. Pass by the charming village of Meco. Try to spot wildlife in Arrábida National Park. Hear about legends that gave rise to traditions. Listen to your guide tell you stories that turned into culture.

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4.6 / 5

based on 94 reviews

This is one of the best tours we have been on. We were picked up from our location, by Miguel, our guide for the day. He was friendly and personable but also professional. We were with others, who made up our small, friendly group. We had plenty of time to visit the sites and felt relaxed. The tour was interesting and we had fun. Miguel gave us lots of historic information, as well as practical tips and information about our locations. He did an awesome job! Thank you, Miguel!

Highly recommended tour. Miguel is an excellent guide, very knowledgeable about all aspects of the trip and fantastic customer service. I had a great day.

Very friendly and accommodating! Loved our time! Very knowledgeable! I would definitely book with him again!

The tour was amazing!! Jaime was accommodating, very knowledgeable and so kind!! He made our day amazing!

Has great time, Miguel was awesome!!! Very knowledgeable and efficient.